Introducing kprintf() 0 hr 6 min
Enabling and Using kprintf() and kputs() 0 hr 5 min
Using kprintf() Without a Serial Console 0 hr 6 min
Introducing kprintf() and the VxWorks Boot Process 0 hr 2 min
Using kprintf() During the VxWorks Boot Process 0 hr 4 min
Quiz: kprintf Debug Function
Lab: Using kprintf 0 hr 20 min
Lab Solution: kprintf Debug Function 0 hr 6 min
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VxWorks 7: kprintf Debug Function
Learn how to use kprintf to debug boot issues.
The kprintf() API is a lightweight logging mechanism that is useful for debugging target boot problems. You will see how to enable this, and what issues arise when using it to troubleshoot problems during the VxWorks boot timeline. While kprintf() usually outputs to a serial device, it can be redirected to other target hardware devices too. The lab will allow you use kprintf() yourself.
Product: VxWorks 7
Based on: SR540
Applicable for: All VxWorks 7
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